Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Harper Lee, this award-winning screenplay of To Kill a Mockingbird is constructed as a series of recalled episodes concerning the trial of an unjustly accused black man. It examines the consequences of ignorance, prejudice, and hate, and the values of courage, honor, and decency. The Literature Connections Sourcebook contains five to eight readings from a variety of genres help students make connections to elements presented in the major work.